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Organisational Agility

Influencing Behaviour. Secondary Factor.

Overview

Traditional organisations are often structured hierarchies. Complex problems require a different way of organising the enterprise.

The fundamental differences of an agile organisation are in its network structure, culture, and design. An agile leader understands:

  • What an agile enterprise looks like – a focus on agile product management over traditional, linear project management methodologies.
  • Approaches for implementing the agile enterprise in a traditional organisation.
  • How to balance the needs for agility with the existing reality of traditional organisational structures.

Frameworks for Agile Product Management

Frameworks

Agile Frameworks

The frameworks that fit under the umbrella term “agile”.

Frameworks

Waterfall vs Agile

What are the key differences between traditional linear, waterfall delivery methodologies and agile frameworks?

Frameworks

What is Extreme Programming (XP)?

Extreme Programming empowers developers to confidently respond to changing customer requirements, even late in the product life cycle.

Frameworks

What is Kanban?

Is Kanban more than just visualisation of work in-progress?

Flow

What is Lean?

What is Lean and how does it help agile teams deliver?

Frameworks

What is SAFe?

The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®), is a knowledge-base of organisation and workflow patterns. SAFe® enables Scrum, an agile framework designed for developing and supporting complex products, to scale to 5-12 teams working on a single outcome.

Frameworks

What is Scrum?

Scrum was developed by Sutherland and Schwaber in the early 1990s. It’s is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams and organisations generate value through adaptive solutions for complex problems.

Practices

Why bother with agile?

Many organisations seek agility. Its promise is faster delivery, higher quality, and lower costs, all with sustainable pace.

A focus on flow

Flow

INVEST

How do you slice Product Backlog items so that they can be delivered in a single Sprint?

Flow

Muda

Learn to identify and reduce waste to increase throughput and flow of the team’s work.

Flow

Mura

Learn to improve ‘unevenness’ to increase throughput of work.

Flow

Muri

Learn to improve ‘overburdenning’ the team and its members to increase throughput of work.

Flow

Slicing Stories

How do you slice Product Backlog items so that they can be delivered in a single Sprint?

Flow

Three Cs

How do you slice Product Backlog items so that they can be delivered in a single Sprint?

Flow

Three Cs Test

How do you slice Product Backlog items so that they can be delivered in a single Sprint?

Flow

What is Lean?

What is Lean and how does it help agile teams deliver?

Flow

Working with urgent, unplanned work

Requests at the last minute by other areas of the organisation, or even external clients and stakeholders, can be easily managed if you know how.

Implementing agile roles

Roles

Developer

Developers are the people in the Scrum Team that are committed to creating any aspect of a usable Increment each Sprint.

Product Management

Product Manager

What does it take to lead an Agile Release Train as its Product Manager?

Product Management

Product Owner

What does it take to be a great Product Owner?

Roles

Scrum Master

Scrum Masters are responsible for the effectiveness of agile.

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